All business organisations have one key objective – to get value from the products or services that they offer. In today’s fast-moving business environment it has become necessary to adopt practices of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) to meet these ends.
Having understood the struggle that a startup faces, Innovify has pointed out 6 most common mistakes that entrepreneurs can avoid making to ensure a successful business.
In a popular blog, “Top outsourcing lessons learned from 5 successful and failed startups,” Maitrik Kataria listed the views of founders who outsourced their product development. Innovify, a product foundry currently working with a number of start-ups, identifies a checklist for founders wishing to outsource their product development.
Innovify inked an historic MOU with GVFL , ensuring its graduating startups an opportunity to get the perfect launch-pad. This MOU is another milestone towards the mission of Innovify to launch 100 products in 10 years via its incubation lab.
When startups and venture capitalists know a little about each other, it resembles the situation in arranged marriages. The way finding a perfect match is a critical decision for people in arranged marriages; for startups and venture capitalists too finding a perfect match is a very tough decision.
Most of the E-Commerce players believe that setting up an open source software like magento, opencart, zencart, woo commerce and many more of similar nature is what an e-commerce product essentially needs. No doubt this is required but that shall only create the skeleton, the soul can be brought in only if we follow the right strategy which is beyond technology.
There are several ways to develop software, two of the most prominent methods being waterfall and Agile. And as anytime there are two ways to go about something, a debate rages about which is best. Does it matter really? Doesn’t either way give you a product? We’ll let you decide. Today, we’re arming you with information about both waterfall and Agile methodologies so that you can make an informed decision as to what you think is best.
There is no right or wrong way, but just the most suitable way within the bounds of the situation for the company and the product that you want to develop.